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Radio Leacock
Radio Leacock

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Outside Mullingar
Outside Mullingar

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  1. November/December 2004:  Lost & Found Theatre is launched with its first production, Radio Leacock, developed collaboratively by the ensemble

  2. March/April 2004:  Vigil by Morris Panych

  3. May/June 2005:  Cotton Patch Gospel book by Tom Key and Russell Treyz, music and lyrics by Harry Chapin.

  4. September 2005:  Eleemosynary by Lee Blessing

  5. December 2005: A Lost & Found Christmas, an evening of stories and music including guest artists from the community

  6. April/May 2006: The Anger in Ernest and Ernestine by Leah Cherniak, Robert Morgan and Martha Ross

  7. December 2006: A Lost & Found Christmas, a new collection of pieces with a few favourites included and guest musicians

  8. March 2007: Falling: A Wake by Gary Kirkham (world premiere)  Lost & Found Theatre workshopped this new piece by company member and award-winning playwright Gary Kirkham with the help of a Waterloo Region Arts Fund grant.  The Ontario Arts Council assisted with a production grant.  The play had its U.S. premiere at Stageworks on the Hudson, New York, in September 2009 and has been translated into Italian and French, with two productions taking place in Belgium.

  9. May 2007: Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare   Lost & Found Theatre collaborated with the University of Waterloo drama department, involving several students onstage and in design and stage management positions.

  10. October/November 2007: Some Assembly Required by Eugene Stickland

  11. December 2007: The Lion, the Witch and the Orchestra based on the Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis   Lost & Found Theatre collaborated with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony on this event combining reader's theatre with music.  A grant from the KW Community Foundation and private donors allowed us to commission a stunning triptych backdrop by Elora-based artist, Phil Irish.

  12. February 2008: The Tinker's Wedding by J.M. Synge   Lost & Found collaborated with several area Celtic musicians to create a hybrid evening of music and theatre.

  13. November 2008: a staged reading of Naked by Kitchener playwright Lea Daniel    With the assistance of a Waterloo Region Arts Fund grant, Lost & Found conducted a series of workshops culminating in a staged reading of Lea Daniel's new play at the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery.

  14. December 2008: A Lost & Found Christmas   

  15. May 2009: Possible Worlds by John Mighton

  16. October 2009: Blessings in Disguise by Douglas Beattie, a staged reading

  17. November 2009: As You Like It, debut production of the Young Company

  18. December 2009: Radio Leacock, an expanded and reworked version of the company's original and debut production

  19. March/April 2010: The Trojan Women by Euripides, a Young Company production that included in-cast mentorship through the casting of ensemble member Kathleen Sheehy

  20. May/June 2010: Remount of Falling: A Wake by  Gary Kirkham, presented publicly to area audiences as well as to Magnetic North Theatre Festival Industry Series delegates with a view toward booking tours.  This production had its first tour in June to Burlington's Tottering Biped Theatre.

  21. November 2010: Romeo and Juliet (Young Company)

  22. December 2010: Charles Dickens Writes A Christmas Carol by regional playwright Richard Quesnel, a staged reading in partnership with the Registry Theatre and The Record to raise funds for the paper’s Books for Kids program and for Lost & Found Theatre

  23. February 2011: Harvest by Ken Cameron

  24. April 2011: The Lark by Jean Anouilh (Young Company)

  25. Oct 2011: Pearl Gidley by Gary Kirkham

  26. Oct 2011: On The Inside by Kitchener playwright Dona Massel, a Culture Days staged reading held on the site of the play’s location – the Waterloo County Gaol

  27. Dec 2011: Charles Dickens Writes A Christmas Carol by Richard Quesnel, a staged reading

  28. Jan 2012: How It Works by Daniel MacIvor, a staged reading  at Silver Spoon

  29. Feb 2012: Alien Guest by Dianne Lococo, a staged reading  at Silver Spoon

  30. March 2012: An Infinite Ache by David Schulner

  31. April 2012: Visiting Mr. Green, a staged reading by Jeff Baron

  32. April 2012: On The Inside by Dona Massel, a staged reading for Nexus Centre

  33. October 2012: Twilight Zone readings  at Silver Spoon

  34. November 2012: Cariboo Magi by Lucia Frangione

  35. March 2013: On The Inside by Dona Massel, a full production

  36. April 2013: Street Wheat by Mansel Robinson, a staged reading at the Waterloo Region Museum

  37. October 2013: Naked by Lea Daniel, a full production

  38. November 2013: Charles Dickens Writes A Christmas Carol by Richard Quesnel

  39. December 2013: A Lost & Found Christmas

  40. January 2014: Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, a staged reading with live sound effects

  41. March 2014: How It Works by Daniel MacIvor, a full production

  42. May 2014: A Requiem for Sherlock Holmes by Greg Bodine, a staged reading at the KW Art Gallery

  43. Oct 2014: When I’m Gone, Will Anyone Notice? By Lisa Hagen at Kitchener Public Library

  44. Nov 2014: Boiler Room Suite by Rex Deverell

  45. Dec 2014: Charles Dickens Writes A Christmas Carol by Richard Quesnel

  46. March 2015: Kimberly Akimbo by David Lindsay-Abaire

  47. May 2015: Bottom and the Mechanicals adapted by Gary Kirkham, a Young Company production

  48. October 2015: The Young Ladies of Baddeck Club by Hannah Ziss and Christy MacRae at Kitchener Public Library

  49. October 2015: King Lear, a Genesius Project staged reading featuring Ted Follows as Lear

  50. December 2015: Charles Dickens Writes A Christmas Carol by Richard Quesnel, a full production

  51. April 2016: Pocket Rocket by Lea Daniel and Gary Kirkham

  52. May 2016: Jitters by David French a Young Company production

  53. October 2016: Harvest by Ken Cameron

  54. November 2016: A Thousand Clowns by Herb Gardner, a staged reading

  55. December 2016: Charles Dickens Writes A Christmas Carol by Richard Quesnel

  56.   March 2017: Doubt by John Patrick Shanley

  57.  April 2017: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime by Simon Stephens, a staged reading

  58.  Oct 2017:  Dracula by Robert Smyth and Kerry Meads, a staged reading

  59.  Nov 2017:  The Diaries of Adam and Eve adapted by David Birney, a staged reading

  60.  Dec 2017:  Charles Dickens Writes A Christmas Carol by Richard Quesnel, a full production

  61. April 2018:  Moon Over the Brewery by Bruce Graham, a staged reading

  62. May 2018: The Velocity of Autumn by Eric Coble

  63. Nov 2018: The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, a staged reading

  64. Dec 2018: A Lost & Found Christmas

  65. March 2019: Bloomsday by Steven Dietz, a staged reading with the Irish Real Life Festival

  66. May 2019: Outside Mullingar by John Patrick Shanley

  67. June 2019: Blind Date Musical Theatre – Hello, Dolly!

  68. Oct 2019: Angel Street by Patrick Hamilton, a staged reading

  69. Dec 2019: A Lost & Found Christmas

  70. Feb 2020: The Outgoing Tide by Bruce Graham, a staged reading

  71. Dec 2020: A Lost & Found Christmas: Live online

  72. Mar 2021: Private O’Flaherty, V.C. in collaboration with Irish Real Life Festival, recorded at Lemon Hill Mansion, Philadelphia


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